June 10, 2014
Has purchased and sold more Ford E350/E450 and most recently F550/F650 bus chassis than any other bus manufacturer in America.
February 21, 2013
Built on a 2013 model year or newer chassis with a 6.8-liter, V10 engine, the ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas-powered Ford F-53 and F-59 feature a 67-usable gallon propane autogas fuel tank.
April 9, 2012
The strategic alliance is an expansion of the program launched in the U.S. in August 2011, and establishes Ford as Zipcar's largest university vehicle partner, reaching students at 11 Canadian campuses in Toronto and Vancouver.
July 22, 2011
The vehicles replaced non-hybrid vehicles, some almost 10 years old and most with well over 100,000 miles on them. These new hybrids will get 20 miles per gallon in the city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway, improving the fuel economy of the entire Supervisor fleet. They are an addition to the two Prius hybrid automobiles already in use by the Hartford Division.
March 14, 2011
Forging a partnership with Ford, the Columbia City Council, and the federal Department of Energy to transport disabled students around campus for one year.
March 7, 2011
BAF Technologies is the first CNG vehicle upfitter in the U.S. to be named a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier for gaseous fuels.
February 7, 2011
For five consecutive years, the company has purchased and sold more Ford E350/E450 bus chassis than any other bus manufacturer in the U.S.
November 23, 2010
The contract was managed by American Bus & Coach in Trenton, N.J. Goshen Coach in Elkhart, Ind., built the bodies for the buses.
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